Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspirational Stories Celebrating Mothers and Fathers Trailer

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspirational Stories Celebrating Mothers and Fathers Trailer (2000)

01 January 2000

Perhaps it's a guilty pleasure, but this televised version of the best-selling &NFi;Chicken Soup for the Soul&NFi_; books has a comforting way of soothing what ails us, much like the cure-all broth touted in its title. Terri Garr, Stacy Keach and Oscar-winner Marlee Matlin co-star in this heartwarming collection of vignettes celebrating the work of mothers and fathers, hosted by Emmy-nominated actor Michael Tucker ("L.A. Law").

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